The Mercure and Pullman will open in 2016 and 2018
Accor announced to manage 2 new resorts in Maldives, Mercure and Pullman in Gaafu Alifu Atoll
Mercure Maldives Kooddoo Resort & Pullman Maldives Maamutaa Resort to open up in the pristine south of the Maldives. ccor Asia Pacific has been appointed by Pristine Island Investments Pte Ltd to manage two new resorts being built in one of the most unspoilt areas of the Maldives.
They will be located in the south of the Maldives in the Gaafu Alifu Atoll in the Indian Ocean, a spectacular lagoon teeming with colourful marine life and boasting unmatched diving and snorkelling options.
With 2 new properties in Maldives, Accor aims to offer both a stylish mid-scale and upscale accommodation to the pristine south of the Maldives
“We are thrilled to announce our first two hotels in the Maldives at a time when the region is enjoying excellent growth, especially with travellers from Asia Pacific. The Mercure and Pullman resorts will provide great options for travellers looking for world-class accommodation in the middle of this unspoilt lagoon and we look forward to working with Pristine to bring these exciting projects to fruition”
– Michael Issenberg, Chairman and CEO Accor Asia Pacific.
Mercure Maldives Koodoo
Opening of Mercure Kooddoo by Accor in Maldives in 2016
Mercure Kooddoo by Accor – Opening in 2016
The Mercure Maldives Koodoo Resort will provide one of the best-value accommodation options in the spectacular Maldives, with 68 villas including 43 located over water and 25 scattered along the white sandy beach.
The resort will be built using local materials, bright colours and stylish furniture with the interiors designed to reflect the Maldivian culture and the spirit of travel.
It will be the only Maldivian beach resort directly accessible by domestic plane, without the need of an additional speedboat journey.
Facilities will include an all-day restaurant, lobby lounge, pool and pool bar, sunset bar, spa and gym as well as a range of watersports including a dive centre.
The arrival of the Kooddoo Airport has opened up the beautiful south of the island nation, away from most of the resort developments further north of the archipelago.